But let’s start with a short preview of what to expect next at AREA 47 Snowpark Sölden. The park designer is pretty happy about the current setup. The weather went slightly nuts in January, but rather calmed down within the last weeks. This meant the park crew could start building and building. Now all sections are open, except of one. “We need a bit more snow to finish the Advanced Line, but the predicted snowfall this weekend is playing into our hands. But we already have a very descent setup going on with many jibs and some solid jumps to play with” says #soeldenstoked Park Designer Joshua Hein.
Check out how Swedish Olympian athlete and X Games medalist Emma Dahlström shredded AREA 47 Snowpark Sölden!
So, at AREA 47 Snowpark Sölden, everyone finds a perfect section to work on the freestyle progress. And if you just can’t figure out how that one trick works, we got you covered. Since the beginning of this park season, the weekly coaching sessions on Thursdays (1pm – 3pm) offer an opportunity to learn more about the sport and obtain tips and hints by a professional coach. Freeskier Julius Schneider comes up to Giggijoch and shreds park with you while you have plenty of time to ask questions and learn. All levels are welcome, skiers and snowboarders.
We know what you’re waiting for since the beginning of this post. The goggles aight? Then read carefully. We wanna see how you spend your days at the AREA 47 Snowpark Sölden. So, shred the park, capture some footage and show us. This is how it goes:
Easy right? We announce the winner on March 1st. The lucky shredder can look forward to riding park with a sick pair of Oakley goggles soon! Good luck!